Even for the smallest organizations there comes a time when monitoring operations with your eyes alone isn’t enough. This white paper shows you how to implement automation, the key starting points to consider, how regulatory compliance demands automation, and how to supplement IBM i's built-in tools.
Two forces—the downturn in the current economic climate and server virtualization and consolidation—are placing IT into an even tighter pinch. Thomas Stockwell shows you how automated monitoring, alerts, and consoling on IBM Power Systems can put your organization on the path to success in this new world.
i5/OS may be famous for security, but it doesn't go far enough in protecting your system's data. It's wise to supplement your security with third-party solutions. Find out why an object-based design is more effective and easier to manage than a transaction- based one.
SOX-style legislation and the evolving threat from viruses is challenging the ability of IT management to keep up with security requirements. In this paper we examine the modern virus threat and how this threat can impact System i.
There's a lot of talk out there about Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and one-click solutions. Before going for the hype, find out about the challenges and myths of bringing your System i operations into the fold and how built-in features and third-party solutions play roles in the process.
The IFS is one of the most ignored parts of the system, yet it enables many of the most powerful and most used features on IBM i today. Overlooking the ways in which IBM i utilizes the IFS could weaken your security.
Advanced Virus Detection, Scan Engine and DATs (from McAfee)
The war against viruses continues to escalate, with losses in the billions of dollars. The end result is advanced engine designs and next-generation scanning technology. The particulars of these evolutionary changes are discussed in this white paper.
Bytware's Networthy iSeries examines recent studies in iSeries security breaches and outlines a solution for protecting your data by demonstrating how your iSeries actually operates in a borderless network, and how server-based network security solutions play a role in securing your data.